Where to rent the best dedicated servers?
kyrreny at broadpark.no
Mon Mar 24 11:31:19 PDT 2008
This looks professional indeed...
Thanks a lot for the great advice man :)
----- Original Message -----
From: Patrick C <pcloches at gmail.com>
Date: Tuesday, March 25, 2008 2:27 am
Subject: Re: Where to rent the best dedicated servers?
To: Kyrre Nygård <kyrreny at broadpark.no>
Cc: questions at freebsd.org
> Guys, careful on the "reply to all" on this message :-)
> If you're looking for FreeBSD hosting, I have had very good
> luck with m5hosting.com. It's a small company but they host
> in a very nice datacenter with good connectivity, and their
> support is awesome. The owner (Mike) is very knowledgeable with
> *BSD and is one of the few hosts to offer FreeBSD, OpenBSD, and
> Ubuntu dedicated servers. I can highly recommend them.
> We migrated all our hosting needs from Rackspace to our own
> equipment at Quality (Globix) and have never looked back. There
> have been some recent high-profile outages but their reliability
> is still very good, we just found that it was much cheaper to
> host ourselves especially when we looked at adding additional
> equipment for redundancy like load balancers. If you don't
> need managed hosting I don't see any place for Rackspace.
> I also have a personal FreeBSD box with The Planet, things have
> gotten more professional there (ev1) since becoming The Planet
> and it's a decent host.
> On 24/03/2008, "Kyrre Nygård" <kyrreny at broadpark.no> wrote:
> Sorry, I really don't know where else to ask.
> I've been using Staminus for a while now and I've had it with the downtime.
> Basically I want a place to host my Ruby on Rails / Git projects, an IRC server as well as an internet radio channel.
> Simple website / control panel design is ofcourse a plus. None of that cpanel bullshit though, I prefer to meddle around with simple text files the way it's meant to be done.
> So, layeredtech.com? rackspace.com?
> And is there a place that reviews dedicated server providers?
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